What does RSMO mean?

In 1949, the General Assembly delegated the authority to the committee to prepare and publish the Revised Statutes of Missouri (RSMo).

What does RSMO mean?

In 1949, the General Assembly delegated the authority to the committee to prepare and publish the Revised Statutes of Missouri (RSMo).

Where can I find Missouri statutes?

Missouri Revised Statutes (RSMO) Published by Missouri Committee on Legislative Research. The official codification of all the laws that are in effect at the end of each legislative session. It is printed at the end of each biennial session of the legislature, and is available in both hard cover and paperback.

How do you cite Missouri Revised Statutes?

(1) Cited material appears only in the main volume: Missouri Revised Statutes: Mo. Rev. Stat.

What is Missouri law?

Missouri state laws include the Missouri Constitution, laws passed by the Missouri legislature and periodically codified in the Missouri Revised Statutes, and decisions by courts that interpret Missouri laws. Adopted in 1945, the Missouri Constitution consists of 14 articles.

What are some weird laws in Missouri?

Weird Missouri Laws Single men between the ages of twenty-one and fifty must pay an annual tax of one dollar (enacted in 1820). You need a permit to shave while driving. In Columbia – One may not drink in a bar between 2:00 and 6:00 AM.

What is the statute of limitations in Missouri?

In Missouri, there is a five-year statute of limitations for personal injury claims; but fraud and debt collection claims have a ten-year limit. For criminal charges, there is no limit for murder charges but a one-year statute of limitations for misdemeanors. Choose a link below to learn more.

What is the code for Missouri?

In the state of Missouri, there are six area codes: 314, 636, 816, 660, 573, and 417. Each area code has about 7.9 million numbers.

How do you reference RSMo?

I suggest that an appropriate citation form for the Revisor’s version of Missouri statutes on the Internet would be as follows: section 287.010, RSMo 2008, http://www.moga.state.mo.gov/statutes/C200- 299/2870000010.

How do you cite state statutes?

State Statute in State Code Reference List: Name of Act, Title Source § Section Number (Year). URL. Parenthetical Citation: (Name of Act, Year)

Is Missouri a stop and ID State?

“Stop and identify” statutes are laws in several U.S. states that authorize police to lawfully order people whom they reasonably suspect of a crime to state their name….Obligation to identify.

States with “stop and identify” laws
Missouri (Kansas City Only) Mo. Rev. Stat. §84.710(2)
Montana Mont. Code Ann. §46-5-401

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